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Presented at: IS&T;/SPIE's Electronic Imaging: Internet Imaging III Published in: Proc. IS&T;/SPIE's Electronic Imaging: Internet Imaging III, vol. 4672, p. 179-185 Publication date: 2002

There are a number of color encoding standards that have lately been developed ant are being proposed to the imaging community for different encoding steps in the color imaging workflow, optimized for different purposes. In this paper, their applicability for master and derivative image file encoding for image databases is discussed. Several types of image databases are defined, and the advantages and disadvantages of archiving master files after different image workflow steps are outlined. Several input- and output-referred encodings are summarized and discussed in relation to their applicability for image database file encoding.

Keywords: IVRG ; color spaces ; color encodings ; color image standards ; master image files ; derivative image files ; input-referred encodings ; scene-referred encodings ; output-referred encodings ; image databases ; image archiving Reference LCAV-CONF-2002-026doi:10.1117/12.452684View record in Web of Science

Author: Süsstrunk, Sabine


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